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UPDATE ON WOOLWICH ATTACK: MAYOR OF LONDON, BORIS JOHNSON VISIT SCENE OF ATTACK
Police maintain high level of security on site of attack as John Wilson street still closed. World press visiting the site and interviewing people on their reaction to the attack.
One of them was a man who said he was a member of the English Defence League (EDL). He said he could not go out last night because he felt unsafe. According to him "this is the worst this area has seen. It is worst than the riots"
When asked whether he felt this might lead to people being singled out, he said yes, that it will certainly lead to people being singled out and a lot of people's action taken a lot more seriously.
He said "this said this attack is a totally unprovoked aggression and there was no need for it. Government needs to sort this out and decisively. They need to sort it out."
Another couple who said they lived in nearby Thamesmead condemned the babaric nature of the attack on a serving soldier. The man said "this attack is babaric and evil and should not have happened". His partner said "the attackers must not be allowed to get away with this action. They must not go free. They should be killed".
Government officials are arriving the scene, with the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson arriving at 12.10pm. He came with a large number of officers and was cleared through police line. He spent 7 minutes at the scene and came out.
He then went into the nearby Town Hall and emerged a minutes later and then walked straight into Greenwich Council at the The Woolwich Centre, opposite the Town Hall, where he is holding a meeting with Council Officials.
It is being speculated that the Prime Minister, David Cameron is expected to visit scene today.
RENEWED APPEAL OVER WOOLWICH THEFT:
On the 27th of July, 2012, a Friday, between 7am and 8am, the offices of Matrixben Studios was attacked by some men who unlocked and entered the shop at No. 89 Woolwich New Road, Woolwich Arsenal, London, SE18 6ED, (opposite the Anglesea Arms Pub), and carted away office equipment belonging to the company (a design and print business).
Exactly a week earlier, on the 20th of July, a 10 metre Extension Lead power cable was removed from the same office between 6pm and 7pm.
Police duly attended on both occasions, but still require eye-witness account or more information to further the investigation. Can you help?
The following were among the list of items removed:
* Fuji Finepix Digital Camera 15x
The theft of the equipment was the climax of years of harrassment and pursuit and threat to the life of Benson Agoha.
The theft was hurriedly carried out in daylight on that day, and someone must have seen them.
You may have seen or noticed something unusual on our way to work that morning, or while walking your dog, in which case we appeal for your kind assistance.
If you recollect seeing or have heard something about the event that morning. Or maybe you now have information with regards to the theft or harrassment, that spanned several months in that Corner Shop at the junction of Anglesea Road and Woolwich New Road, kindly contact us as follow:
Matrixben Media: Email - email@example.com (Mobile: 0755 352 8337).
Benson Agoha: Email - firstname.lastname@example.org (Mobile: 0772 769 0670).
The Plumstead Police Station Tel: 0300 123 1212.
Woolwich Police Station by calling: 101
or The nearest Police Station.
Please help us achieve justice, if you can.
* All information will be treated as confidential.
PLEASE THROW US A LIFE-LINE! BE OUR LIFE SAVER!!
GOT USED COMPUTERS TO SPARE? PLEASE DONATE COMPUTERS FOR CHARITY WORK:
Our offices were raided and computers, printers, digital cameras and accessories were removed. We are in need of urgent help to help us get back to work.
The Coalition Against Spiritual Terrorism (CAST) requires Computers or financial assistance to purchase and replace equipment. Nothing is too small.
If you have used computers you may wish to donate for a good cause, please contact me immediately and we will arrange collection.
Coalition Against Spiritual Terrorism (CAST)
Contact Phone: +44(0)203 620 4463 Mobile: +44(0)755 352 8337
GENERAL GORDON SQUARE HOSTS OPEN MOBILE MARKET - (3.12.12)
Mobile Market Stalls have arrived at the General Gordon Square with veriety of chewable stuff on offer. From assorted sweets to Candyfloss, Hot Dogs, Jumbo Saussages, Pork roasts and Barbeque. Feel free to visit while relishing the overall beauty of the immediate environment.
The market will be at the Square until the 24th of December.
LONG QUEEUE AT BIG TESCO AT FIRST WEEKEND - (1.12.12)
This is the first weekend since the opening of the new Department Store at Woolwich Central and it's a long queeue out here. So long that shoppers are beeing allowed inside the store in batches.
If you are still planning to come shoping at the new Tesco in Woolwich Arsenal, you may want to delay your journey by a few hours.
Luckily, the store opens 24 hours a day.
WEATHER TODAY - (3.12.12): Weather and Flood Warnings have been issued - according to the BBC Weather. Click on Weather Icon on right panel to view detailed weather report.
WEATHER NEWS - (1.12.12)
*RECOMMENDED ADULT DRESSING: WARM FOR THE OUTDOORS.
*RECOMMENDED KIDDIES WINTER DRESSING